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7 Top Tips for New Quora Users

Robert Scoble recently posted about Quora being the biggest blogging phenomenon in the last ten years and since then I’ve had lots of new followers and there seems to be much more activity on the site. I’ve blogged about Quora before and I love the site as it is a great way to find out […]

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Curated.by opens up its curation offer

Curated.by is doing something interesting. Previously in beta test, the site could be used to curate tweets into bundles. The site was useful but very niche. What’s more I couldn’t see how in its current format it could aquire enough users to create a successful business model. However, the site’s latest development sounds much more […]

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I Like @flavorsme – Making Web Design Easy

SOCIAL MEDIA – Flavors Me might spell flavour badly, but it’s a pretty good website. It is perfect for people like myself, who don’t really work in HTML or CSS, but want a website. Users can pay for the advanced package to access greater functionality. However, I think you will agree that it is a […]

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Google Social Search makes Networking Even More Important

I have been banging on about the importance of having a Google Profile for some time now, as it means that your blogs, images and other content can be profiled in your contacts’ Google Search results. For the past few months I’ve been asking colleagues and friends if they’d noticed their contacts’ social content (e.g. […]

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I like Cliqset ( @Cliqset )

Techcrunch made an interesting announcement today about Cliqset. I’m loving Cliqset (http://cliqset.com/) and want to give it more love. I think if a developer creates a good client for it, (like Tweetdeck) then I could use it more and more and more. Without a client I think it is pretty damn good too, so give […]

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Foursquare for business?

This presentation focuses on what Foursquare can do for business. [slideshare id=2036238&doc=foursquare-for-businesses-v12-090921194537-phpapp02] Don’t be distracted by the game element of Foursquare (which is discussed in the early slides) which put me off it at first. Instead I’m focusing on what it can do for business. I think Foursquare will be big when it eventually launches […]

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Foursquare interview explains all

This is an interview by @steverubel of Dennis Crowley (Foursquare). It’s about three months old but still a useful overview of Foursquare. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPtujpFHb_U&color1=0xb1b1b1&color2=0xcfcfcf&hl=en&feature=player_embedded&fs=1]

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My favourite news curation sites

Curation of the news is one of the most exciting innovations on the internet.  The internet is an enlightening place to keep up to date with current affairs and news, but now with news curation sites we can access, sort, consume and share thousands of news sources from around the world.   Fernando Rizo, a […]

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Andy Crane and Gordon Burns to fight it out on Twitter

Andy Crane, presenter of Channel M news, (Manchester’s TV station) has competition for his crown as the North West media’s premier Twitter user.  Gordon Burns, who most Brits of a certain age will forever remember as THE host of the Krypton Factor, now anchors North West Tonight and today launched his Twitter feed with much […]

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